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Hudson, USA – Hannah Black and Carla Perez Gallardo’s story proves that for creatives, a move to a smaller town is not always driven by a desire to reconnect with nature.
The exhibition-going experience is markedly different than it was six months ago due to COVID-19, but these institutions are adapting so that design lovers can visit their spaces.
Does the travel industry need to hit the reset button? How can hotels serve locals as well as tourists? Will the middle-market disappear? We discussed post-pandemic hospitality during our third …
Beijing – Mandalas Pop-up Digital Art Museum, designed by One Take Architects, is a labyrinth-like structure that seeks to ‘create new relationships between people and space’.
Join leaders from De Bijenkorf, Specific Generic and Liganova to discuss whether shops can be safe spaces.
Costa Rica – Art Villas Costa Rica is a collection of Formafatal-designed villas aimed at combining the adventure and thrill of the outdoors with the comforts of luxury hospitality.
Changshu, China – In reimagining the bookshop for tomorrow, Mur Mur Lab starkly juxtaposes old and new.
In light of the recent shocking events, we have taken a moment to pause and take stock of our own values and priorities.
‘Within five years, or a little less, the question “should this be a mass-timber project?” will be confronting most commercial projects.’
Here are four houses from Amsterdam to Tokyo that use spatial design to help different generations live together long term.
Hong Kong – Bean Buro designed an ‘agile, sociable and paperless’ work environment for Jardine Restaurant Group in Hong Kong.
Tokyo – Interior symbols of the Scandinavian brand’s heritage and the history of the 1960 Ginza site serve to create a living-room-like space for customers to feel at home in.
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